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Japanese translation: を横にぎりぎりまで

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03:22 Jul 3, 2008
English to Japanese translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Construction / Civil Engineering / 配管工事
English term or phrase: against
Blocking shall be placed between solid ground and the fitting to be anchored. Unless otherwise indicated or directed, the base and thrust bearing sides of the thrust block shall be poured against undisturbed earth.

pouredというのはコンクリート打設のことだと思いますが・・・。
cinefil
Japan
Local time: 03:55
Japanese translation:を横にぎりぎりまで
Explanation:
the thrust bearing *sides* shall be poured against undisturbed earth

URL below: Concrete flat work poured against foundation walls may cause leaking
壁ぎりぎり打設することは水漏れに繋がる。
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Maynard Hogg
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Local time: 03:55
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を横にぎりぎりまで


Explanation:
the thrust bearing *sides* shall be poured against undisturbed earth

URL below: Concrete flat work poured against foundation walls may cause leaking
壁ぎりぎり打設することは水漏れに繋がる。


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